Sunday July 17, 2016 – How Marriage Turned Monalisa Chinda Coker Into A Nollywood Style Icon
Mrs Monalisa Chinda Coker is a Nollywood actress, filmmaker and talk show host. She is the producer of ‘You and I with Monalisa’, a programme known for its exposition on social issues, relationships and charity works.
She is also a consultant with the Royal Arts Academy, a media school for breeding new talents, in acting, directing and screen writing.
Her road to stardom kicked off when she started appearing in the television soap ‘Heaven’s Gate’.
She debuted as executive producer in Royal Arts Academy movie, ‘Kiss and tell’ in 2007. Monalisa is definitely a fashion icon.
She became the first of four Nollywood actors to be featured on the cover of Hollywood Weekly Magazine in 2012. Monalisa’s style is one to make heads turn.
She keeps it really classy in every way. She looks elegant each time she walks into any event.
She has graced many fashion and style magazines in the country as a fashion icon. She remains gorgeous with her light skinned body and beautiful eyeballs; making her look ever attractive.
No wonder she has been tagged a paragon of beauty. When it comes to style, Monlisa is arguably one of the most stylish ladies in the entertainment industry.
She has a chic, feminine style and tends to go for feminine pieces, like dresses, skirts and fitted tops.
She’s been known to rock beautiful pieces from both local and international designers. She loves to wear great designs made with Ankara fabrics.
Her accessories, especially her shoes, are out of this world, and they usually take her outfits to a whole different level. She also loves to dazzle in golden braids that puts her golden skin colour in display.
At the premiere of ‘Wives on Strike’ earlier this year, Monalisa dazzled in a flowing red dress by a Nigerian designer, Tiffany Amber with her amazing braids and subtle makeup.
Recently, Monalisa Chinda rocked a lovely print dress on the set of her talk show, ‘You And I’.
The outfit consisted of a purple, long sleeved, knee length, a military print dress from a popular designer.
Since she gave marriage a try again, her taste and fashion preference has changed courtesy of her new stylist, Ezinne Chinkata.